Core Reading List

ISERN Recommended Core Reading List:

This list is not intended to be a final list of papers you should read, but a minimal starting point to understand which knowledge the ISERN is based on today. This list is not intended to be a final list of papers you should read, but a minimal starting point to understand which knowledge the ISERN is based on today. Further, we have limited the scope to focus on methodology aspects, not on the software engineering topics as such. We also hope that the modern papers gradually are exchanged for even better examples, and that books, capturing mature knowledge, are published. Thus, all ISERN members are invited to make concrete proposals on how to evolve the list. For that purpose, please use the column on the right hand side (in red).

For each of the topics, we defined seminal papers (mostly from the Fundamental Bibliography, where applicable), modern papers (represent current best practice) and books (represent mature knowledge if available). In each of the groups, we distinguish between generic papers about the topic, and examples that apply the topic. Finally, to make the list concise, we limit the number of papers to 3-5 in each category.

Link: Core Reading List

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